It was maybe even more anticipated this go around since folks loved the first release so much. As much as I wanted to set my alarm for a super early wake up call to, I didn’t because I was up fishing at 3am – so I saved a bunch of items I liked to my favorites and shopped what I could around 7:30am EST. Even by then, some highly coveted items were sold out.
Thankfully since Targets are open, some of the designs trickled into stores before the big launch and I did get a few beautiful pieces! This blog post on the Target website talked about the line a bit more – it’s a lovely collection that’s getting me hyped for fall!
Here’s what I got and loved:
I’m a sucker for affordable decor pieces – so I snagged the wood bowl and a couple framed pieces of art to start. The bowl is super transitional and can be used to function in a kitchen or sit pretty on a shelf. I also love the vintage looking art pieces so much – it’s super trendy right now and if you ever change styles, that’s okay – these won’t break the bank!
I also snagged the rattan lamp which I LOVE – I found a lovely spot for it in our guest room which I’m slowly styling and furnishing – hope to share more soon.
I also got these adorable chairs (I wanted black, but got the natural oak look instead) and these will be for the boys’ playroom desk. I think they will grow with the boys and can always transition to more seating if we ever needed more chairs. Super cute set for $150!
Also, faux olive trees forever. We have one in our master and main living room. Going to add one to our guest room as well!
Here’s what I’m hoping to still find:
I was really hoping for check rug, floor lamp and desk lamps. I feel like one can never have too many lamps and I have the hardest time finding ones that I like but are also affordable. The tall buffet lamps in black and gold would be perfect on my floating desk, new office above the garage and maybe on our buffet table in our dining room. Also, the wood boxes are adorable – I love the layering look of them and we have plenty of floating shelf space.
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